Tameca N. Brown is an international learning and development professional with over 18 years of experience in research, training management, facilitation, curriculum design and development, implementation and evaluation.
She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Public Administration & International Relations (Hons) and a Master of Public Administration degree from The University of the West Indies at Mona, Jamaica. She is also a Certified Professional in Talent Development (CPTD) and a recent graduate of the Leadership Fairfax Emerging Leaders Institute. In November 2019, Tameca was recognized by the Leadership Center for Excellence and named one of the Top 40 Under 40 Honorees in the DC metropolitan area.
Currently, Tameca serves as Learning & Organizational Development Manager with a local government agency in Northern Virginia, where she is responsible for identifying and addressing the training and professional needs of over 1,100 staff.
Previously, Tameca served as Learning & Professional Development Specialist at Fairfax County Government, where she was instrumental in establishing a learning culture and increasing staff engagement levels to create a positive work environment. Prior to that, Tameca served in various capacities at the Government of Jamaica’s premier management and leadership institute for over eight years before migrating to the United States in November 2012.
Tameca’s guiding philosophy and passion is to lead, learn, engage and develop people wherever she goes. She participates in numerous multi-disciplinary workgroups and cross-agency teams at the department and county levels. She also serves her community as a volunteer at her daughter’s school and in various ministries at church.
In her free time, Tameca enjoys sharing about all things “Jamaican,” writing her blog, traveling, reading, swimming, volunteering, and spending time with her 11-year-old princess.